The Other Ones Live at Universal Amphitheatre on 2000-08-24
Dark Star Jam -> Sugar Magnolia (Reprise) -> Dark Star Jam -> Bird Song -> The Other One Jam -> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad -> Down The Road; Ramble On Rose; Looks Like Rain -> Truckin -> The Other One Jam -> Estimated Prophet -> Long Tall Cool One -> Drums -> Jam -> The Other One -> Knockin On Heaven's Door -> The Other One Jam ->Bird Song
Touch of Grey
Collection TheOtherOnesBand/Artist The Other OnesVenue Universal AmphitheatreLocation Universal City, CASource Sennheiser K3U/ME80 -> HHb Pro PortaDat -> Dat (Sony D8/48k)Lineage Dat (Sony R500) -> SEK'D Prodif Plus -> Samplitude v7.02 Professional -> FLACTaped by Charlie Miller and Neil SturtevantTransferred by Charlie Miller
-- Seamless transition between discs.
-- Recorded Front Row Center Tapers Section.
-- Show originaly scheduled at Arrowhead Pond.
February 20, 2012
That's Not it for the Other One
probably the best sounding recording of the Other Ones show on this site. thank's Charlie and Neil
December 14, 2011
Some nice moments
The Bobby and Bruce show, night 2 is a slightly spacy and and ocassionally exploratory Other One themed evening.
After opening with some jamming that touches on the "Watchtower" theme, the band explodes into the last verse of Sugar Magnolia. Bobby then sings the chorus to Free's "All Right Now" for a couple of versus before wrapping up the Sunshine Daydream portion of Sugar Mag. Very interesting right off the bat.
The Other One jam out of Bird Song features Bruce Hornsby out front for a spirited exchange before GDTRFB, featuring high-energy Kimock soloing and Bruce adding an extra “corn bread and beans” verse. Bruce’s accordion and Bobby’s acoustic guitar combine nicely on a tender Looks Like Rain.
The Other One theme runs throughout the set, and while there’s a rough contrast between Bruce’s jazzy Long Tall Cool One and the more psychedelic strains of Estimated, an exuberant drums more than makes up for this combination. Drums/Space is exactly the right length.
The Bird Song sandwich is nice in concept, but falls apart a bit in execution. Ending the show with a slow accapella jam is kind of like letting the air out of a balloon.
Overall, an A for effort but a B- in execution.
Incredible Charlie Miller sound, as expected.
July 17, 2010
I love this band....
this was the Bruce and Bobby show and it really didn't bug me that Phil wasn't there. These guys played some great music. This is a sweet show and wish it was a sbd but this aud sounds ok. Great setlist and some really tasty jamming going on here. Good stuff and a really under-rated band/line-up. Alphonso philled in nicely I don't care what anyone says.